ANDOVER Town suffered yet another defeat as they remain in the relegation zone of Wessex League Division One.

The result against second-placed Millbrook was their ninth defeat in 10 league games.

It was a game of best attack against the worst defence as Millbrook had scored 105 goals before this game, while Town had conceded 104.

Town made several changes from the team last lost 5-0 to Romsey as new keeper Harry Dillon came in, along with Ellis Dierich and Joshua Cummings.

Against the current form of teams, Town took the lead in the 20th minute, thanks to Samjay Samunda. (1-0)

But a defensive error cost the home side as Millbrook equalised through Barker in the 32nd minute. (1-1)

The away team then took the lead after a ‘dubious’ handball gave away a penalty in the 36th minute.

White slotted it home to finish the first half at 1-2.

Shortly after the break Town equalised through Josh Cummings (2-2) as they looked to pull back the game.

Unfortunately, Barker scored again for Millbrook in the 60th minute which proved to be the winning goal.

With 13 games left, Town will have to turn around their fortune if they want to survive the drop.